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I really dislike Madge and Marge as nicknames for Margaret - they are horrid and dowdy and unworthy of beautiful Margaret - Madge was an old vulgar name for a certain part of the female anatomy, certainly used up to and during the eighteenth century in Britain. Madge seems reminiscent of 1920s and 1930s boarding school jolly hockey sticks characters in books for girls. Marge reminds me of margarine.
Just Jonquil  6/9/2016
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I think Madge is a great nickname for Margaret or Magdalena. It's more original than Maggie, but it doesn't have to be just a nickname either.
ThatOneAuthorGirl  2/6/2016
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I actually really like this as a nickname for Margaret. It's cute, quirky, unique, but professional at the same time.
― Anonymous User  6/1/2013
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Madge Evans was an American actress. She was born Margherita Evans in 1909 in New York City.
― Anonymous User  8/8/2012
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I think this would be a good nickname for a girl named Madison, instead of the overused "Maddie".
― Anonymous User  10/31/2011
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It's been reported that Madonna hates being called Madge.
GibsonGirl  9/7/2011
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Madge Undersee is one of Katniss' friends in The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins.
Dawson  12/14/2010
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What a hideous name!
Likeyeahwhatev  5/5/2009
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I know somebody named Magdalene, whom we call Madge.
Mel_13  6/10/2008
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I think it's an OK nickname for Margaret. But it wouldn't do for a full first name.
jmd27  1/19/2007
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Agatha Christie's sister, Margaret, was known to her friends as Madge.
kanine  3/13/2006
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Yet another of Madonna's names... her pet name.
gaelruadh19  6/15/2005

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